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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_dress

Court dress comprises the style of clothes prescribed for courts of law, and for royal courts. .... For this reason, barristers who are appointed Queens Counsel are said to have "taken silk". ... Before 2008, these judges wore: in winter a black robe faced with fur, a black scarf and girdle and a scarlet tippet, and in summer a violet ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/history/justice-sandra-day-oconnor-on-why-judges-wear-black-robes-4370574

The simple black judicial robe has been a part of my life for nearly four decades. I first wore one in 1975 when I became a trial judge in Arizona. When I was ...

jurismagazine.com/why-do-judges-wear-black-robes

Oct 24, 2013 ... by: Meghan Collins, Graphic Designer To wear robes and wigs, or to not wear robes and wigs: that is the question. When the United States ...

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2015/02/judges-wear-robes-still-requirement-just-tradition

Feb 6, 2015 ... The new guide suggested judges wear black robes with a fur trim during the winter and violet or scarlet robes that feature pink taffeta for the ...

peopleof.oureverydaylife.com/do-judges-wear-black-robes-10692.html

However, modern symbolic significance is a reason judges continue this tradition . ... U.S. judges wear black robes for historical and symbolic reasons.

www.quora.com/Why-do-judges-wear-black-robes

Here is a great article on the subject written by Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor: ... Why does Judge Judy wear a lace collar under her robe?

www.quora.com/Why-do-lawyers-wear-black-gowns

It implies sobriety, seriousness, and an absence of display, subordinating the ego . It's the same ... of display, subordinating the ego. It's the same reason that Puritans and Quakers used to wear black. ... It was believed that gowns and wigs gave a degree of anonymity to judges and lawyers. In India, the Advocate's Act 1961 ...

www.sasse.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/press-releases?ID=EA7A8B92-AD20-45FA-B5EE-BACDABB2F448

Mar 20, 2017 ... It's a strange thing that judges wear robes. ... Here's the second reason for the black robe: it helps explain the calling of a judge – to the judge.

www.supremecourt.gov/about/traditions.aspx

Recent Justices have perpetuated the tradition of longevity of tenure. ... Since at least 1800, it has been traditional for Justices to wear black robes while in Court.

www.judiciary.gov.uk/about-the-judiciary/the-justice-system/history

So after 1635, the correctly-dressed judge would have worn a black robe faced with ... the courts of Chancery, Admiralty, Probate and Matrimonial Causes.